Adults easily integrate wearable canes into structured and unstructured activities.
Children five and younger with mobility visual impairment and blindness (MVI/B) obtain independent tactile feedback about the path ahead: such as "clear path", "blocked path", "elevation change".
Learners with MVI/B, who wear their canes most of the day, gain confidence with consistent path information and improve in motor, concepts, language and social skills.
Every dollar builds a path to safe mobility
For more information: 914-204-9292
November 6, 2019
Grace Ambrose-Zaken, Ed.D., COMS